A Minimalist Bathroom in Los Angeles
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A Minimalist Bathroom in Los Angeles Diana Budds For the bathroom inside a renovated Hollywood bungalow , architect Noah Walker used a simple palette of gray and white tile, black countertops, and stainless steel fixtures. "I love minimal bathrooms with natural light, so less is more, and pay attention to the details," he advises. "We wanted to keep the space within the spirit of the house, which was an austerely masculine space with a warm but dark palette. I am a big fan of using dark ceilings to pull the eye to the outside so we chose matte black for the ceiling and a similar dark color for the floors. The penny tiles were a great way to add detail to the walls without them becoming visually cluttered." Here's a listing of the products and materials he used: Vero wall-hung toilet by Duravit A85 push plate flush actuator by Vola Raven 4120 surfaces by Caesarstone Kathryn undermount sink by Kohler C7240 bathtub by Zuma Kubic tissue holder and towel bar by Ginger Borma bathtub spout and controls by Jado Savoy penny round wall tiles in Cornflower Blue by Ann Sacks 4-by-24-inch Architec floor tiles in Mineral Custom vanity in walnut by Noah Walker For more bathroom design ideas, order a copy of Dwell's Bath & Spa special issue .